Soar over Pluto’s mountains and icy plains in this cool flyover based on data from NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft

While mission scientists were at it, they also produced a spectacular flyover of Charon, Pluto’s largest moon

The still images of Pluto sent home to Earth by NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft in July of 2015 were remarkable enough.

The incredible distance to Pluto — 4.67 billion miles! — meant that until then, the dwarf planet was long shrouded in mystery. And then, BOOM! — mind boggling images of jagged mountains, flowing glaciers and icy plains.

Now, mission scientists have draped imag

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